Monday, 8 July 2013

Rsearch Report: Foodservice - Ireland - July 2013

The IoI foodservice market has experienced turbulent times since the onset of the economic downturn in 2008 when the market value declined by €1bn between 2008 and 2010. However, shoots of hope are emerging, with modest growth predicted in the coming years across the industry. Standout sectors have been identified as the on-the-go and casual dining segments; with consumers looking to enjoy ‘good value’ dining out.

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TABLE OF CONTENT

Introduction
Key themes in the report
Definition
Data sources
Abbreviations


Executive Summary
The market
Forecast
Figure 1: Estimated value of the Irish foodservice market (at consumer prices), NI and RoI, 2008-18
Market factors
Food safety in the spotlight
Government backing for calorie labelling initiative
RoI foodservice industry benefiting from reduced VAT rate
Irish diners look to origin of food on menus
Companies, brands and innovations
Consumers still dining out despite challenging economic climate
Figure 2: Consumers who have eaten breakfast, lunch and dinner out of home (eg in cafés, restaurants, sandwich shops) in the last 3 months, RoI and NI, May 2013.
Pub dining most popular amongst NI and RoI diners


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Figure 3: Type of foodservice establishments consumers have eaten at in the last 3 months, by RoI and NI, May 2013
Consumers seeking ‘deal-of-the-day’ dining
Figure 4: Factors influencing the choice of a foodservice establishment for everyday meals, by NI and RoI, May 2013
What we think


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